Roatan Travel Network News April 2016

It has been another few busy months at the Roatan Travel Network, we are excited to have so much new content and lots of new services. Let us explain more below.

We have just finished updating our programming so be sure to check it out on channel 117 in Roatan, or watch online at

We are currently scheduling our next round of filming, our standard 1 minute ads start at $200 per month, while restaurant ads (30 seconds) cost $100 per month, and real estate listing ads (30 seconds) cost $750 per year, with both the restaurant and real estate listings, advertising space is limited.

Due to the success of the Real Estate Guides, we are adding a Vacation Rentals Guide, which will showcase individual rental properties, costs for a 30-second ad are $75 per month.

Now onto our programming, our distribution network is growing every month, we have been seeing amazing growth in our online viewers, we are currently receiving through youtube and social media thousands of video views per day, every day. We have also started running Roatan Travel Network ads promoting travel to Roatan in all Honduran airports so keep an eye out for them.

We would like to take this chance to thank all our advertisers who have helped make the Roatan Travel Network possible and of course all our viewers near and far, thank you – we appreciate your support.

If you would like to become part of the Roatan Travel Network, do not hesitate to contact us.


Roatan Travel Network Team

What People Say About RTN!

*I love it because I am here on vacation, and I wanted to know what I could do so I turned on the TV, and boom there was my answer. It’s very educational for the guest much better than the magazine that usually is there. — Island Visitor

*It’s been wonderful we’ve had a lot of people come into the clinic because they saw the commercial on RTN. — GARM Clinic

*We felt the difference immediately we’ve had people coming from hotels they open the door looked at me and said they were coming to say hello, come on over and say hello. — Roatan Chocolate Factory